The Greek passport once again made it to the Top 10 of the Henley Passport Index thanks to its visa-free access to 184 destinations.
Higher up in the rankings, Japan topped the quarterly index for the second year with a travel-friendly passport that allows access to 190 countries. Greece tied in 7th with Belgium, Canada and Ireland.
Australia came behind Greece, but still made the Top 10 thanks to access to 181 countries.
The top 10 countries with the strongest passports in 2019 were:
1. Japan (190 countries)
2. Singapore, South Korea (189)
3. France, Germany (188)
4. Denmark, Finland, Italy, Sweden (187)
5. Luxembourg, Spain (186)
6. Austria, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States (185)
7. Belgium, Canada, Greece, Ireland (184)
8. Czech Republic (183)
9. Malta (182)
10. Australia, Iceland, New Zealand (181)
Henley & Partner’s passport index is one of several indexes created by firms to rank global passports according to the access they provide to their citizens. The Greek biometric passport issued in August 2006 consistently performs well in rankings.